Private Hospital Accommodation in Kelowna

At Cadder House Short Term Rentals we love to accommodate those who need close access to Kelowna General Hospital. We strive to create a home away from home experience for our guests, and we encourage that they bring a family member along for support. While putting your feet up after a day of chemotherapy or radiation, your loved one can prepare a meal in the fully equipped kitchen. Over the past 4 years, we have received much positive feedback from our hospital patients and guests. Walking to the Kelowna General Hospital is the bonus – no struggle with finding parking.

Our guests can enjoy a stroll through our beautiful garden and enjoy the historical manor dating back to 1908, or walk along the promenade along Abbott street. Walk two blocks and see the sunset over Okanagan Lake.

Read what 2 hospital guests had to say:

“During the past year, I have had the opportunity to stay at the Cadder house a few times. It was a convenient location for me to reside because I was in Kelowna visiting my parents at Mountainview Care Home just a short drive away. Usually, I would stay a week and spend the days at the care home. Then it was relaxing to be able to come to the Cadder House in the evenings. The accommodation is quiet, spacious and inviting. If you choose you are able to cook in the well-equipped kitchen, or there are nearby restaurants to go to. Also, one afternoon I brought my parents to the Cadder House, and we enjoyed visiting on the comfortable deck overlooking the beautiful garden. What a lovely piece of Kelowna’s history. This is a beautiful place to call home when you need accommodation for a short time in Kelowna”. J.D

“In June of 2014, I found a link to Cadder House online, simply by chance, at a time when I needed it the most. My brother was dying from ALS, and it was crucial that I spend his last moments with him. I required a space that was quiet, safe and close to the hospital. Not only did Cadder House fill these requirements, but it was beyond my expectations in that it offered me a space that was “my home away from home” where I could cook my own meals as well as provide privacy that I so desperately needed. Most importantly, it was so convenient that I was walking distance to the hospital. Even though the circumstances of me coming to Kelowna was extremely painful, I did notice the beauty of the heritage site”. S.A